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Have an ego is unrelated to you not knowing what a cloud means on a blue print. Don’t get so butt hurt and maybe you should check out diychat.com
No, but that pretentious little emoji does. Same with your last sentence there. It’s no wonder the rest of the trades don’t respect 65 year old sparks like yourself. Go back to your Edison Panel circle jerk. pops.
 

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You are still missing a note on the revision which should be shown next to a triangle with the number 10. Just because there are more than one cloud it does not mean they are related to the same revision.

Looks like the spyrock/comcast is referring to a redline drawing. E.G the cable is buried somewhere and is a addition to the original print drawn in as a redline.
 

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You are still missing a note on the revision which should be shown next to a triangle with the number 10. Just because there are more than one cloud it does not mean they are related to the same revision.

Looks like the spyrock/comcast is referring to a redline drawing. E.G the cable is buried somewhere and is a addition to the original print drawn in as a redline.
There isn’t a note, this is my confusion. There are multiple clouds with the 10 triangle next to them, but no explanation for the triangle. See attached photo.
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A cloud usually indicates a revision from the original drawing. An addendum to the bid documents will refer to the change. Or a PCN will refer to the change once the contract has been awarded.
Read the specs, bid documents, addendums and change orders.
 
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A 10 in a triangle is not the same as a 10 in a hexagon.

About the only way to figure out what was revised is to find the revision 9 prints.

No real reason for that though.

Do the install by the newest revision which appears to be 10.
 
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